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HONIARA City is expected to be transformed in the next 24 months, thanks to the government and people of Japan for the huge support of SBD$243,000,000.00.

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About 2,000 farming households in the Solomon Islands will now access a stronger seed system following a partnership launch between Kastom Gaden Association (KGA) and the Pacific Horticultural and Agricultural Market Access Plus program (PHAMA Plus). 

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AS part of the Democratic Coalition Government for Advancement’s (DCGA) redirection policy it will focus on developing the export sector.

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Tubi logs under Forestry tight surveillance’ 

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HONIARA City Council (HCC) through its Tourism and Culture Division has launched its policy and ten-year strategic plan.

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THE Premier of Makira Ulawa Province, Julian Maka’a calls for cooperation by all 20 members of the Makira Ulawa Provincial Assembly.

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THERE'S grave concern that the deadly Rhinoceros beetle has been seen lately infesting on noni plants.

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NPF ‘Negotiating’ new management deal for Tavanipupu Resort

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  • Feb


SIDE-EFFECTS from the COVID-19 vaccines is very low, the Secretary to the Prime Minister and the Deputy Chairman of the Oversight Committee on the coronavirus, Jimmy Rodgers has said.

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SIDE-EFFECTS from the COVID-19 vaccines is very low, the Secretary to the Prime Minister and the Deputy Chairman of the Oversight Committee on the coronavirus, Jimmy Rodgers has said.

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  • Feb


SOME schools in Honiara have been forced to close their doors due to the continuing inclement weather.

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